Many businesses will welcome the UK’s new emphasis on integrating biodiversity into investment decisions, but action needs to be accelerated and investment expanded if we are to attain the sustainable societies that we envy in some of our northern European neighbour countries, argues Malcolm Robertson, principal ecologist and James MacGregor, environmental economist, at Ramboll.
An assessment which calculates how much Scotland's natural capital is worth has been carried out for the first time, estimated at £273bn.
Something fundamental may be shifting in the way we see our relationship with the natural world.
Plants, animals and micro-organisms crucial to indirectly upholding the human diet are dying out, study shows
This long-term failure to incorporate nature into decision-making had led to over exploitation of the natural environment and under investment in maintaining biodiversity, she told the first ever National Biodiversity Conference, which is being staged at Dublin Castle.
How has NCA influenced policy in countries? WAVES Senior Environmental Economist Sofia Ahlroth discusses the NCA in Action series.
A blog on what Ireland can learn from the Finnish approach to national ecosystem service mapping and valuation.
WAVES Environmental Specialist, Ken Bagstad, provides a closer look at a recent U.S. directive to consider nature’s value in Federal planning and decision-making.